Powertrains The new 2015 Honda Fit is a perfect expression of the idea that many small improvements can result in a substantial leap forward. And while the Fit continues to fulfill its original role as a stylish, fun, practical, ultra-efficient and affordable subcompact, its designers and engineers took a comprehensive approach to the redesign that raises the subcompact class bar for dynamic performance in ways that translate to real driving enjoyment. Interior Features The all-new 2015 Fit has been completely redesigned inside as well. And while it stays true to its ultra-efficient concept, it now boasts a number of standard "class-above" features and optional premium features that make it more comfortable, convenient, and keep the driver informed, connected and entertained. Primary changes, upgrades and new features include a significantly enlarged cabin, a new center console with armrest and tablet connectivity, an available leather trim package, and available premium features such as Smart Entry with Push Button Start and the 7-inch touchscreen Display Audio. Comfort & Convenience Features The redesigned Fit includes a bevy of "class-above" comfort and convenience features, many of which are new for 2015. Whether it's the utility of the center console's tablet storage, the connectivity of Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®, the comfort of the EX-L trim's heated front seats, or the convenience of Smart Entry the new Fit is a very accommodating driving partner. Safety & Drivers Features In an effort to provide enhanced protection for vehicle occupants and other road users, Honda has embraced a comprehensive approach to vehicle safety that seeks to provide a high level of active and passive occupant protection along with features that make the Fit more compatible with other vehicles in a collision, as well as mitigating injury to pedestrians. Honda engineers designed the Fit to earn top-level collision safety ratings, including a Top Safety Pick rating from the IIHS and a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in its New Car Assessment Program (NCAP). Starting with its next-generation Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body-structure, the 2015 Fit features a host of standard active and passive safety features and includes many standard and available driver-assistive technologies. Audio & Telematics Ranging from a high-quality 160-watt audio system featuring standard Bluetooth®1 streaming audio to an available high-resolution WVGA 7-inch (800 x 480 dpi) electrostatic touchscreen information system (EX and above) with optional embedded (EX-L Navi) or app-based navigation systems, the 2015 Fit offers advanced audio, information and connectivity features uncommon in this vehicle class.